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Professor H

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I disagree with your statement that Liberals created a discipline problem in schools. Too many parents are lazy and don't properly train their children to have respect nor hold them accountable at home. These parents rely on other people to do their dirty work, and that's why we have discipline problems in schools.

The words I used were chosen carefully to not make it a paddle or punishment issue, although if you go back to that era - you didn't see the smart mouths do it too many times like they tend to do now.

I said Liberals via many formats (ACLU/Courts for example) "created a system where accountability for actions wasn't taken into consideration."

Kids aren't allowed to fail - they just keep passing them up until they drop out.

The awaking for some is when they finally get in the real world (College/Job) - and then are accountable.   

The Liaison officer at most schools is the only other option of holding some kids accountable for their actions - be it a fight, drugs, or other actions.
As I stated you can't put a figure on prevented acts - but remove one from a school and after a period of time the need for one will start to show up.
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Nothing YOU saw happened.

I don't think that you read my statement accurately. I saw a lot, I said I didn't see where they had a MAJOR impact.
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Liason officers need to do a better job of protecting students from bad educators.

Why should the school have to foot the bill? It should be part of the jurisdiction.
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Liason officers need to do a better job of protecting students from bad educators.

Why should the school have to foot the bill? It should be part of the jurisdiction.

Parents need to be more involved to protect students from "bad" educators.
You didn't define "bad" so that can mean many different things, but parents are the first defense or should be!   

The liaison's were added because the road patrols in the area didn't have the time to spend doing the things a liaison does - because they had a "jurisdiction" to cover.
It's about money - and priorities, so individual school boards have to make the decision based on the information and background of their district.

They didn't just say "hey we got extra money - lets hire a liaison officer" when they started this years ago.
They saw a need that wasn't being fulfilled by the general jurisdiction patrols.
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